So happy it’s Friday – and really hoping to see some more sun this weekend. :) I’ll be at the Unveiled Event this Sunday here in LA, so if you are going please stop by the social media booth and say hi! I’ll be there from 1:15-1:45 (right after Darcy Miller’s State of the Union address). Hope to see some of you there! If you don’t have a ticket, there are still some available here AND I have 2 extra pairs to giveaway. The first two people to comment will win them!
And big thanks to all of you who filled out our survey last week! We had such an amazing response and I’ll be going through all the responses this weekend. Big congrats also to reader Lauren who was the lucky winner of this clutch and the $50 Apple Gift Card.
Some of my favorite finds around the web this week:
• Love this couple’s style from this sweet Day After Session by Ashley Maxwell
• Truffle Truffle makes the most delicious sounding s’mores with flavors like strawberry basil, chipotle peanut butter, chai + more! I think I want to try them all!
• For the surfer couple, absolutely love this ceremony setup I spotted on Tinywater Photography‘s Blog
And welcome to our newest featured vendors! If you are looking for your perfect wedding vendors, be sure to check out our hand selected vendor guide. This week we welcome:
Floataway Studios – A collective group of artists who specialize in wedding photography + videography that capture a romantic + whimsical feel
Minted - Love their collection of designs by some of the most talented designers out there. And until 4/4, enjoy 15% off all wedding stationery. Use code SPRING15
The Green Kangaroo – All their invitations are exclusive to them and they offer customization to any design
Studio205Films – Based in LA, Peter Chung captures all the moments from your wedding day and creates gorgeous films to watch over + over again
And let’s send you off for the weekend with this sweet Martha’s Vineyard Wedding from another brand new Featured Vendor, Elysium Productions. A bit about their wedding…The bride’s family used to vacation on Martha’s Vineyard all the time so it was sentimental for them to get married there. The venue was Allen Sheep & Wool Farm – how cool is that!? All the guests stayed at nearby bed and breakfasts as there are no big hotels there. Jonathan (the groom) just wanted to have a big party – which they did as you’ll see in the film. Thanks so much for sharing Julie!